What is instant dismissal?
Instant dismissal is when your employer has an urgent reason to dismiss you immediately. In case of summary dismissal, your employee does not have to take the notice period into account. The instant dismissal does not have to be submitted to the UWV or the subdistrict court. If you want to challenge the summary dismissal as an employee, you can do so through the subdistrict court.
Examples of urgent reasons include theft, refusal to work or fraud. Because you are immediately culpable for your unemployment or dismissal in the event of immediate dismissal, you will in principle not be able to claim unemployment benefit. If there is a valid reason for summary dismissal, your employment contract will be terminated immediately and you will no longer receive any wages from that moment on. Of course you still need to receive the final statement with payment of your remaining vacation days and vacation pay from your employer.